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Team Rector

Heavitree and St Mary Steps

Contract:

Permanent

Location:

South West

Recruiter:

Ref: JN009026

Job Description

The Bishop of Exeter, Dean and Chapter, and the Society for the Maintenance of the Faith, seek to appoint a Team Rector, Heavitree and St Mary Steps

 

An exciting opportunity for an experienced priest of the Anglo-Catholic tradition, with missionary zeal, to serve two diverse and well-established city parishes, in a stunning area of the westcountry.

 

We want to see parishes that are:

  • confident in God’s grace working through the Sacraments;
  • intentional in evangelism;
  • serving the common good of the whole community.

We therefore seek a priest who:

  • is generous and openhearted;
  • is an excellent preacher, teacher, and person of prayer, committed to the centrality of the Eucharist;
  • will develop a vision for the next phase of mission within the parishes;
  • will work collaboratively with ordained and lay colleagues;
  • is a pastor for the whole community;
  • will engage with people of all ages, and especially in ministry to schools;
  • is equipped to handle strategic and administrative challenges.

The PCCs have passed a resolution under the House of Bishops’ Declaration on the Ministry of Bishops and Priests.

The Diocese is aware that those from black and minority ethnic groups are currently under-represented amongst its clergy and welcomes applications from these clergy, desiring to embody a more diverse ministry.

 

For a conversation about the post, please contact the Ven. Andrew Beane, on (01392) 425577 or archdeacon.of.exeter@exeter.anglican.org

 

For details, including the profile and an application form please click the 'apply for this job' button below.

 

Closing date: 22 June 2021

Interview Date: 13 July 2021

 

The appointment is subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure.

Closing date: 22 June 2021

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